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Arimatsu, Louise (2019) Silencing women in the digital age. Cambridge International Law Journal, 8 (2). pp. 187-217. ISSN 2398-9173

Arimatsu, Louise and Chinkin, Christine (2019) 16 Days of Activism: countering violence against women through peaceful resistance. Women, Peace and Security (25 Nov 2019), pp. 1-11. Blog Entry.

Arimatsu, Louise and Labenski, Sheri (2019) Integrating a gender perspective into commissions of inquiry. Women, Peace and Security (20 Dec 2019), pp. 1-8. Blog Entry.

Arimatsu, Louise and Obaid, Rasha (2019) Yemeni activists pay the price for their political agency. Women, Peace and Security (05 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Armstrong, Nicky (2019) Women, Peace and Security in 2019. Women, Peace and Security (19 Dec 2019), pp. 1-5. Blog Entry.

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Charlesworth, Hilary and Chinkin, Christine (2019) Between the margins and the mainstream: the case of women’s rights. In: Fassbender, Bardo and Traisbach, Knut, (eds.) The Limits of Human Rights. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 205 - 222. ISBN 9780198824756

Chinkin, Christine (2019) 100 years of peace activism: linking the International Labour Organisation with the WPS agenda. Women, Peace and Security (16 Dec 2019), pp. 1-12. Blog Entry.

Chinkin, Christine (2019) Enhancing the impact of international norms with special reference to women’s labour rights and the Women, Peace and Security agenda. In: Politakis, George P., Kohiyama, Tomi and Lieby, Thomas, (eds.) ILO100: Law for Social Justice. International Labour Organization, Geneva, CH, 597 - 616. ISBN 9789221340867

Chinkin, Christine (2019) New European recommendation aims to prevent and combat sexism. Women, Peace and Security (14 May 2019). Blog Entry.

Chinkin, Christine (2019) United Nations accountability for violations of international human rights law. In: , Hague Academy of International Law, (ed.) Recueil des cours. Collected Courses of The Hague Academy of International Law,395. Brill, Nijhoff, The Hague, Netherlands, pp. 213-319. ISBN 9789004407107

Chinkin, Christine (2019) Women, peace, and security: tackling violence against women in the contemporary world? German Yearbook of International Law, 61 (1). 185 - 205. ISSN 0344-3094

Chinkin, Christine, Arimatsu, Louise and Rees, Madeleine (2019) Are we asking the right questions? Reframing peace and security. Women, Peace and Security (04 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Chinkin, Christine and Rees, Madeleine (2019) Commentary on Security Council resolution 2467: continued state obligation and civil society action on sexual violence in conflict. . Centre for Women Peace and Security, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Chinkin, Christine and Rees, Madeleine (2019) How new technologies are violating women’s rights in Saudi Arabia. Women, Peace and Security (21 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Chinkin, Christine and Yoshida, Keina (2019) Reproductive violence and forced recruitment: Colombia’s landmark ruling for ex-combatant women and girls. Women, Peace and Security (18 Dec 2019), pp. 1-8. Blog Entry.

Choudhury, Mohbuba and Arimatsu, Louise (2019) Reclaiming the WPS agenda. Women, Peace and Security (27 Sep 2019), pp. 1-11. Blog Entry.

Csevár, Szilvia and Tremblay, Christine (2019) Violencia sexual y acaparamiento: un conflicto olvidado y víctimas ignoradas en Papúa Occidental. Women, Peace and Security (27 Dec 2019), pp. 1-10. Blog Entry.

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de Liévana, Gema Fernández Rodríguez (2019) Performing anti-trafficking: human rights, the security council and the disconnect with the WPS agenda. LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security Working Paper Series (20/2019). Centre for Women Peace and Security, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

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Giannini, Renata and Pereira, Pérola (2019) Building Brazil’s National Action Plan: lessons learned and opportunities. Women, Peace and Security (03 Mar 2019), pp. 1-11. Blog Entry.

Gormley, Lisa (2019) Gender based violence as torture: the case of Linda Loaiza López Soto. Women, Peace and Security (05 Dec 2019), pp. 1-11. Blog Entry.

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Hardi, Choman (2019) Gender issues in the context of a humanitarian crisis. LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security Working Paper Series (21/2019). Centre for Women Peace and Security, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Henry, Marsha (2019) Keeping the peace: gender, geopolitics and global governance interventions. Conflict, Security and Development, 19 (3). pp. 263-268. ISSN 1478-1174

Holvikivi, Aiko ORCID: 0000-0001-7901-1105 (2019) Gender experts and critical friends: research in relations of proximity. European Journal of Politics and Gender, 2 (1). 131 - 147. ISSN 2515-1088

Hossain, Mazeda, Howard, Natasha and Singh, Neha (2019) A resolution without resolve: UN Security Council fails to protect women and girls in conflict. Thomson Reuters Foundation News.

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Labenski, Sheri and Yoshida, Keina (2019) Holding the state to account: reflections on CEDAW. Women, Peace and Security (25 Oct 2019), pp. 1-9. Blog Entry.

Labenski, Sheri and Yoshida, Keina (2019) Where would women be without CEDAW. Women, Peace and Security (04 Sep 2019), pp. 1-7. Blog Entry.

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Nagel, Robert Ulrich (2019) The known knowns and known unknowns in data on Women, Peace and Security. LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security Working Paper Series (19/2019). Centre for Women Peace and Security, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, Uk.

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Payne, Chelsea (2019) Global health and gender equality: advancing Women, Peace and Security by preventing neglected tropical diseases. LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security Working Paper Series (23/2019). Centre for Women Peace and Security, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

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Rolston, Bill (2019) Democratic disruption: Ireland's colonial hangover. Women, Peace and Security (05 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

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Stavrevska, Elena (2019) Enter intersectionality: towards an inclusive survivor-centred approach in responding to conflict-related sexual violence. Women, Peace and Security (10 Dec 2019), pp. 1-10. Blog Entry.

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Wright, Hannah Lucy (2019) 'Masculinities perspectives': advancing a radical Women, Peace and Security agenda? International Feminist Journal of Politics. ISSN 1461-6742

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Yoshida, Keina (2019) The nature of women, peace and security: where is the environment in WPS and where is WPS in environmental peacebulding? LSE Women, Peace and Security Working Paper Series (22/2019). Centre for Women Peace and Security, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Yoshida, Keina and Arimatsu, Louise (2019) Climate change is a women’s human rights issue. Women, Peace and Security (04 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Yoshida, Keina and Arimatsu, Louise (2019) Women’s peace activism can end conflict. Women, Peace and Security (22 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

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